We respect and enforce socially acceptable contact with indigenous populations by financially supporting local social projects. We are committed to making a positive impact in the communities where we work. We recognise that our role in social responsibility extends to all aspects of our activities including health, safety, environment and social responsibility. We strive to understand and integrate social factors into our decision-making process at all stages of our activities from exploration and operations through to closure and reclamation.
We have supported and financed communities in Huarvey, Peru. We supported primary schools, providing computers and books. Furthermore, we helped implement communal infrastructure.
Blackstone’s principles in regard to its environmental responsibilities are the:
- Planned use of wind-turbines
- Planned use of photovoltaic
- Efficient use of free-energy
- Considerate use of natural resources
Furthermore, no quicksilver is used for the production of ingots. All other chemicals used for the production will decompose into sludge-holding tanks upon contact with oxygen.